In My Dance DNA leading choreographers discuss what makes their hearts beat faster
Dance Umbrella, in partnership with The Space, presents a new digital talk series delving into the minds of Britain’s top contemporary choreographers.
My Dance DNA is a series of interviews, filmed in front of a live audience and live streamed online, with five leading UK choreographers - Kate Prince, Siobhan Davies, Akram Khan, Shobana Jeyasingh and Wayne McGregor.
We'll find out all about their inspirations and influences on their work. Each artists will discuss moments of dance and movement on film that have transfixed and transformed them, as well as the defining pieces in their own back catalogues.
Each edition will be presented by a high-profile artist from another field known personally to the choreographer and will be followed by 15 minutes of audience Q+A.
Submit your question for the choreographers via Twitter using the hashtag #MyDanceDNA.
The first episode of My Dance DNA will be broadcast on Tuesday 27th June 7pm on Dance Umbrella's FB page and will feature choreographer and founder of ZooNation Kate Prince in conversation with BBC Young Dancer presenter Karim Zeroual live from the Birmingham Hippodrome.
Kate Prince is the artistic director of hip hop dance company ZooNation, a resident company at Sadler’s Wells. Her shows included Into the Hoods, which became the longest-running dance show in West End history, and Some Like It Hip Hop.